Story by Mariah Lowe Brenda Lemon was born on September 7, 1969 in Atwood, Kansas. She is the second oldest of four children. Her dad was an art teacher while her mom worked multiple jobs such as running their grandparents’ farm and working at the surrounding school districts. … Continue reading
Story by Robert Honeychurch When students’ stomachs growl in loud rebellion against deep hunger, students proceed in a perhaps not so calm and orderly manner to the CHS cafeteria, where Head Cook Jennifer Tiller has been working hard to save the day. Tiller arrives to work … Continue reading
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By Miranda McGrath Sneaking up faster than expected, Valentine’s Day comes around once again. The stores filled with roses and boxes of chocolate for someone’s significant other. Valentine’s Day is a very romantic and happy day but for those without lovers it can mean something completely different. St. Valentine’s Day is the world’s “holiday of … Continue reading
By John Young Scholars bowl is a fun and unique way to spend a Thursday afternoon. Nothing like eating free cookies that schools provide you, having long conversations on the way back from a meet, and enjoying the thrill of answering a few questions correctly. “It’s all about the fun we having during the meet, … Continue reading
By Mariah Lowe What is “Forensics”? Dictionary definition states that Forensics(n) is ‘the art or study of argumentation and formal debate.’ There are nine(9) different performances during Forensics: for examples, such as Oration- or persuasive speaking, Dramatic Interpretation, Humorous Interpretation, Duet Acts, Poetry, and Informative speeches. All performances must be memorized except for Poetry and … Continue reading
By Robert Honeychurch There has been very little good said about Barack Obama in this school and state over the past seven years, which doesn’t surprise me, being blue in a red state. I will not try to show that his presidency is perfect, or that all criticism is unjustified. I will merely point out … Continue reading
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